Howdy folks! Apologies for the long interval between Science Bites. Since I’ve taken on a Board of Directors role at Specialty Health, my work volume has really increased, and it’s left me very little time to write. Add to this the fact my mom was in the hospital for nearly Read more…Continue Reading →
About Robb Wolf
Robb Wolf, a former research biochemist is the New York Times Best Selling author of The Paleo Solution – The Original Human Diet. A student of Prof. Loren Cordain, author of The Paleo Diet, Robb has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world via his top ranked iTunes podcast, book and seminars.
Robb has functioned as a review editor for the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, is co-founder of the nutrition and athletic training journal, The Performance Menu, co-owner of NorCal Strength & Conditioning, one of the Men’s Health “top 30 gyms in America”.
Robb is a former California State Powerlifting Champion (565 lb. Squat, 345 lb. Bench, 565 lb. Dead Lift) and a 6-0 amateur kickboxer. He coaches athletes at the highest levels of competition and consults with Olympians and world champions in MMA, motocross, rowing and triathlon. Wolf has provided seminars in nutrition and strength & conditioning to various entities including NASA, Naval Special Warfare, the Canadian Light Infantry and the United States Marine Corps.
Robb lives in Reno, Nevada with his wife Nicki and daughter Zoe.
Recent Posts By Robb
Hey folks! I wanted to let y’all know about an outstanding book by my good friend Jason Seib, The Paleo Coach. I’m on page 187 of this 250 page book and just wanted to get this outstanding book on folks radar. Apologies for not waiting until I finished the Read more…Continue Reading →
Hey folks, Sorry I did not get to this sooner, both for you AND for me. I’ve received a truckload of emails, tweets, and Facebook questions asking for my opinion on the Tedx talk by Prof. Christina Warinner titled “Debunking the Paleo Diet.” My response to many folks has Read more…Continue Reading →
Howdy folks! Sorry I have not written much of late. I have not even gotten to my massive stack of Science Bites I need to carve through. I’ll get on that stuff ASAP, but for now I wanted to let y’all know about some developments with the Risk Assessment program Read more…Continue Reading →
Ok, as a caveat up front, I am NOT saying there is no credible Evidence Based Medicine (EBM). I am not Anti-Science. I know a few nut-swingers will say this. If you fall into this trap you clearly have poor reading comprehension and your mama dresses you funny. What I Read more…Continue Reading →
Hey folks! I wanted to let y’all know that Paleologix is now LIVE. This project has been more than a year of planning and development and both Chris Kresser and I are pretty excited about it. Brief History In working with clients both Chris and I noticed that some folks Read more…Continue Reading →
Yes, I know A New Hope was episode 4, but I could not think of a catchy but Germaine line that sounds like “Revenge of The Sith”, and this thing was only supposed to be two parts as it is! Call it artistic license I guess. If you missed part Read more…Continue Reading →
If you missed Part 1, here ’tis. Holy Cats!! When I decided to write this piece I figured it would spark some debate, folks would look at the data, both empirical and research based, and come to a better understanding of what role LC can play in a variety of Read more…Continue Reading →
I often wonder what it is in me that is drawn to conflict, because truth be told, I actually hate conflict. Long ago I tinkered with veganism, and suffered the consequences of what was for me, a very pro-inflammatory diet. The concepts of paleo and low carb (LC) got on Read more…Continue Reading →
Hey Everyone! I wanted to put a cool resource on your radar, Lobster.com. About a month ago I wanted to do something a little different for Nicki as far as dinner and I started looking around for some options. Reno has some pretty solid food choices, I just wanted something a bit Read more…Continue Reading →